New Approach to Knee Pain Treatment

New Approach to Knee Pain Treatment

Osteoarthritis is known as the most common form of arthritis we see today, and affects millions of individuals worldwide. One of the most common places to find this disorder is in the joints, and specifically the knees. Some causes of Osteoarthritis include old age, joint injury, obesity, and can affect those who work in particular fields that put stress on these areas. NJ Knee Pain Center in Eatontown has a new approach to treatment for knee pain, and it includes a hassle-free approach that involves no medication.

This form of treatment is FDA approved, and covered by Medicare. AARP (Advanced Arthritis Relief Protocol) consists of non-surgical injections of Hyaluronic Acid using guided fluoroscopy and specialized knee bracing, as well as a comprehensive physical therapy program. Hyaluronic acid is a completely natural fluid that our body produces around our joint areas. Osteoarthritis patients tend to have a lower concentration of hyaluronic acid than normal, so injecting the acid into the joints directly can help reduce pain and invoke movement. 

The braces used post-injection helps increase joint space, and reduces pressure around the knee cartilage and knee capsule. This brace is known as an Unloading Brace, which also stabilizes the knee in compression areas, and reduces pain symptoms.

NJ Knee Pain Center is devoted to finding treatments for Osteoarthritis patients nationwide. Find out if these treatments are right for you with a simple phone call at 732-867-8030 for a free, no obligation consultation, or sign up online at www.njkneepaincenter.com.

 

Contact: Charles Ferrante

NJ Knee Pain Center

Phone: (732) 867-8030

www.njkneepaincenter.com

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